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Edgewater Inn in Saint Augustine, FL

Edgewater Inn in Saint Augustine, FL


Picture yourself rising from a restful sleep and gaze out the window of your waterfront room, catching first glimpse of the Nation's Oldest City. Sailboats are anchored in the Bay, while others make their way to the Atlantic Ocean. Imagine sitting in your rocking chair, enjoying a cup of coffee as graceful seagulls fly above and dolphins break the waves. It's the beginning of another perfect day.

The Edgewater Inn offers a relaxing, scenic and historic escape in the heart of St. Augustine, Florida. Located just a short walk from historic downtown St. Augustine at the foot of the Bridge of Lions, you will find this to be the perfect escape for your next getaway.

Our 19 room property is ready to provide you with outstanding hospitality for both the leisure and romantic traveler. Recently renovated, the Edgewater Inn offers stylish rooms, a waterfront guest lounge area, a Smart Start hot breakfast, and afternoon refreshments.

Come and enjoy St. Augustine with a view.
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Established in 1980.

Located in beautiful St. Augustine, the Edgewater Inn sits right on the Matanzas Bay over looking the Bridge of Lions and downtown historic St. Augustine.


Company Info:

Rating: 4.50

Address: 2 N Saint Augustine Blvd, Saint Augustine, FL, 32080
  • Mon: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tue: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wed: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thu: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Fri: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Sat: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Sun: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Comments (6):

1. Arthur M.
Great location, great view of historic St. Augustine across the water. We stayed in Room 104, definitely refurbished and modern. Comfortable.  No restaurant but we found a great breakfast place down A1A near Alligator Farm.  Both places much less crowded and less expensive compared to the historic area.

24/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Daniel M.
Incredible value and an incredible view!  Edgewater is clean and well-maintained for an old motel. For the price of a vanilla room at a budget hotel chain, you get a view better than any B&B in the area that I've found.

19/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Matt S.
I think Robert's review summed up this place perfectly.
Is this a five star hotel that should be visited by royalty and movie stars? No. Are you looking for a budget hotel room that's clean, comfortable, and has great location and views? Look no further than Edgewater Inn.
The wife and I were planning on spending New Year's Eve in downtown St. Augustine with some friends, yet all the hotels downtown required a minimum 2 night stay. Edgewater is directly over the bridge of lions, which makes it perfect walking distance.
The lady at the front desk was incredibly pleasant, and check in was easy. The rooms weren't anything fancy- but the room and sheets were clean, well-stocked, and the A/C and heater worked like a charm. Unfortunately, no refrigerator in the room, but they did have a nice TV and a hair dryer. Good thing I packed my cooler with some beer and utilized their ice machine- instant party!
The bayfront rooms have amazing views- especially during Nights of Lights. You can literally see the entire downtown St. Augustine bayfront, and it's gorgeous. Each room comes with a little patio area with chairs- perfect for enjoying a cold beer and just enjoying life. We didn't get a bayfront room, but made our way around to the back, where we talked with some folks and just hung out for a bit.
Swimming pool looked nice, although I wasn't going in on New Year's Eve. There's not too many other amenities to the place, but it's well worth staying here. Great location, great price, friendly staff, and clean rooms. This is as good as it gets if you're looking for a budget hotel room. Definitely recommended.

05/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Chris M.
I don't know what the other Yelpers rooms looked like but ours was a dump. We did have a room called "pool side" which meant it didn't have a view of the water but it didn't view the pool either, just street on one side and parking lot on the other. It was about $130 to stay there for two adults and the room hadn't been updated in ages. There was a painted piece of plywood over a hole in the bathroom and it just felt damp and dingy in there. I would expect a room of that quality to be some cut rate place. I imagine that the only reason they can charge that much is because they are in a central location in a highly touristy area. They must figure that the tourists will come no matter what so why spend money on making the rooms nice.

29/12/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Katherine S.
This place if incredible!  The view is almost surreal.   Forget eco tours,  you can see the dolphins and herons from your rocking chair.  The staff is very attentive and the manager Gwen goes the extra mile to make sure you have everything you want and need. St Augustin is a 5 minute walk away across the bridge of lions.  All of the rooms have been renovated and are perfectly lovely. Don't  miss this gem!

20/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Cathy C.
My husband I stayed here for the weekend of our Anniversary. They are currently going through renovations and our room was recently updated. My husband also bought the anniversary package which included chocolates, dinner and a carriage ride. Anything that we needed was taken care of promptly. They even provided champagne glasses when we realized we had forgotten ours. The views are incredible. Just walk out your back door and you are on the water. I've been here two different times. The first time we saw dolphins  and the second time a manatee swam up close during high tide. My husband and I will definitely stay here every time that we come to St. Augustine. It was a wonderful weekend.

21/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0